Orange Madagascar, through the association Orange Solidarité Madagascar, helps young Malagasy women to learn about the world of work. The association donated materials to the “Femmes A Venir” training center on Tuesday 31 October 2017.
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Orange Solidarité Madagascar: handing over materials to “Femmes A Venir “
Social Action. Orange Madagascar, through the association Orange Solidarité Madagascar, is partnering with the NGO Terre des Enfants to offer new materials and learning accessories at the Toamasina “Femmes A Venir” (litterally Women To Come) training center. Josie Randriambeloma, President of Orange Solidarité Madagascar, handed over various equipment and accessories to the training center on Tuesday 31 October 2017 in Toamasina.
“It-s about a sewing machine, an electric oven, sewing accessories, cleaning accessories and basketry, materials and accessories pastry, books, blinder, iron ironing board, a computer and 10 wooden chairs, “the press release said.
This center, which trains in general education and vocational training in the disciplines of sewing, embroidery, cooking, baking, health and social activities.
“Femmes A Venir “
The training center prepares girls from 14 to 16 to enter the world of work and giving them the opportunity to learn computer skills. Most of the learners at the “Femmes A Venir” training center are underprivileged girls from Toamasina who have left school early, and sometimes are single mothers.
“Toamasina’s”Femmes A Venir “center is one of Orange’s plans to support women’s education, and at Orange, we strongly believe in the quote:” educating a boy is making him a man. “To educate a girl is to make a nation of it,” Josie Randriambeloma explained.
The center has been inaugurated in 2012 by Terre des Enfants and Orange Solidarité Madagascar. In 2009, Orange has already joined Terre des Enfants. A wave of solidarity among employees of the Orange Sales and Distribution Division in several regions in France has enabled the “Trousses de l’Espoir” (litterally “Kits of Hope”) operation to support Malagasy schoolchildren. The operation consisted of providing underprivileged children with school kits with indoor supplies, and toilet kits containing soap, toothpaste and other hygiene-related materials to improve their daily life for students and children.
Orange Solidarité Madagascar
“Since 2011, more than 500 basic social infrastructures have been created in the 22 regions of Madagascar thanks to Orange Solidarité Madagascar. More than 10 billion Ariary have been invested in areas of intervention of patronage actions, more than 50,000 children in school, “said the press release.The association supports development projects, particularly in the field of education, culture and health, through financial support and volunteer or donations. Orange Solidarité Madagascar also aims to put technologies at the service of the population in order to contribute to the opening up of education and culture. The association is thus working on projects to promote digitization on the Big Island.
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